From new Guitar World article:
"The guitars run into a Lectrosonic R400 wireless, with a three-in-one switcher that allows it to be used by all three guitars, and into a DigiDesign Eleven rack.
Weir's effects include a TC Electronic G-Force (used mainly for delays), an Electro-Harmonics Bi-Filter, a Roland MIDI foot controller, a Meyers CP-10 equilizer and an Avalon VT-747SP vacuum-tube equilizer with a tube signal path and a gain boost. From there the signal splits into a Mesa Boogie 2100 Rectifier stereo amp and into two Vox cabinets.
"Those speakers onstage are purely for stage sound- the signal is going straight to DI" explains Weir's tech A.J. Santella. "The front end is pretty much an AC30 sound. He's on the never-ending search fro the perfect tone and a bulletproof package, and it's always changing.""
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